Monthly Archives: January 2011

Common Ground between Obama and Boehner

Last night I was catching up watching a bunch of the weekend news shows that Secretary Clinton went on to give the spiel on our government’s stance on Egypt. I like to see different networks viewpoints on the types of … Continue reading

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Unrest in Egypt

I’m nervous watching the events unfold in Egypt. I read a few different perspectives on it, claiming in a positive way that what took place in Tunisia is the Berlin Wall of 2011, that all else now is the domino … Continue reading

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10 Reasons Behind the Financial Crisis

A great article in the WSJ last week: Thomas, Hennessey and Holtz-Eakin: What Caused the Financial Crisis?┬áIt really captures a broader scope of the financial crisis and the multiple layers involved. They site 10 culminating actions that together created the … Continue reading

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127 Hours

I just finished watching James Franco in a role that openly deserves his kudos as a great performance. Simply done! Making an effortless transition without overacting in the intensity of so many alone moments. I did not yet read the … Continue reading

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Remembering Perspective, the Big Picture

So, I’ve had a rough week…my computer crashed Monday, still not fixed and the backup system may not have worked thereby losing pictures, documents, whatever else important information I may have stored. I won’t know till Monday. Too much else … Continue reading

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Does the government care about the CBO’s 1.5 trillion dollar estimate?

New Politico article showing the hill’s reaction to the deficit

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A Trillion Dollars, the Road Trip for More Spending!?!

1.5 trillion more dollars of debt is the Congressional Budget Office’s projection for this year. In just grasping the concept of what a trillion actually is, the aspect of how much money it involves I offer a visual I found … Continue reading

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